In the end, the choice was clear
It's simply no longer possible for politicians, officials to make tone-deaf decisions
In the end, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg simply had no choice.
While he defended the initial decision to put on the New York City Marathon for the 42nd straight year, it just wasn't right.
Yes, even with the support of former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who applauded Bloomberg for making the call Giuliani himself helped make to put on the race in 2001.
There's a big difference between the attacks of 9/11 and Sandy.
Two months after the terrorist attacks, ...
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